New aspects of Cisco UC Interoperability

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This presentation will discuss what integration technologies consist of. We will also discuss the Cisco Collaboration architecture, call flow, and Jabber use case.

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  • 1. New aspects of CiscoUC Interoperability #CiscoPlus
  • 2. What is integration? Is my home phone integrated with your home phone? Is my corporate email system federated with yours? Does integration imply connecting two of the same type of system or different systems? The objective: Let me collaborate with Anyone Anywhere #CiscoPlusCA
  • 3. Cisco Collaboration Architecture Devices Desktop Mobile In-Room Provisioning Federation Conferencing Customer Care Collaboration Enterprise Social Software IP Communications Applications Encryption Maintenance Messaging Telepresence Client Services Medianet Services Client Services Framework Interface Lightweight APIs Administration AAA COMMUNICATION Presence / Location Real-time Messaging Metadata Tagging Policy Session Mgmt Real-time Data Sharing Social Graphing Collaboration Services Operations Scheduling and Authoring Semantic Processing Calendaring Identity Workflow Recording/Playback Search CONTENT Management Services Transcoding Transrating Transcribing Security Services Medianet Services Auto-Discovery Auto-Configuration Resource Control Network Services Transport Signaling QoS #CiscoPlusCA
  • 4. Session Management #CiscoPlusCA
  • 5. What is a Session Management Edition cluster ? CUBE CUBE CUBE H323 Trunk MGCP Trunk SIP TrunkA CUCM cluster and SME cluster use exactly the same softwareA CUCM cluster is typically used to register 10,000s of PhonesAn SME cluster is typically used as a platform for Trunk and Dial Plan aggregationBoth CUCM and SME support Voice, Video and Encrypted callsSupport for SME deployments was introduced with UC version 7.1(2)UC version 8.5 introduces a number of features that enhance SME functionality :Improved SIP Trunk and H323 Inter Cluster Trunk functionalityImproved through-cluster routingSIP Normalization and Transparency scripts #CiscoPlusCA
  • 6. Why deploy Session Management Edition ?An SME cluster at the core of your network allows you to flexibly manage your UC system as it grows and changes. PSTN Voicemail Conferencing CUBE CUBE System System H323 Unified CM MGCP Session SIP Management Edition Cluster CUCM PBXs/ CUCM CUCM PBXs with PBXs with CUCM/PBX Clusters with Clusters with Clusters with MGCP QSIG MGCP Q931 with SIP QSIG H323 QSIG SIP Trunks to H323 Trunks to Trunks to SME Gateway Trunks to SME Trunks to SME SME SME Trunks Leaf Unified CM Clusters/ Leaf UC Systems An SME cluster can interconnect 1000s of UC systems using SIP, H323, or MGCP Trunks SME allows you to reduce UC system complexity by centralizing your dial plan and call routing rules in the SME cluster which in turn allows you to simplify the dial plan and management of the connected UC systems #CiscoPlusCA
  • 7. Reasons for deploying an SME cluster PSTN Voicemail CUBE CUBE Conferencing System System H323 Unified CM MGCP Session SIP Management Edition Cluster PBXs/ CUCM CUCM CUCM Clusters with PBXs with PBXs with MGCP CUCM/PBXs with Clusters with Clusters with MGCPTrunks to Q931 Gateway SIP QSIG Trunks SIP Trunks to H323 Annex M1 H323 QSIG SME Trunks to SME SME Trunks to SME Trunks to SMEA centralized Dial Plan in SME allows you to :Globalize and Normalize the called and calling numbers used by all Leaf systemsManage overlapping number ranges in Leaf systemsConfigure find me call routing using Route List and Route GroupsRe-route calls via the PSTN when the device cannot be reached via and IP pathSME Mobility features allow you to offer Single Number Reach functionality to devices on 3rdParty UC systemsSME Normalization scripts allow you to modify any inbound or outbound SIP message andSDP body content simplifying interoperability with 3rd party UC systems #CiscoPlusCA
  • 8. SME cluster - PBX aggregation SME migration to a CUCM cluster


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